The oil and gas industry is under pressure to respond to the moving target of cyber threats.
Midstream water companies are moving quickly to meet demand in growing basins.
The country’s exports have been propelled by a boom in oil and natural gas production.
Utilities are moving toward an energy mix that includes wind, solar and gas but market share will likely be competitive, say panelists at ADI Forum.
In the week since our last edition of What’s Affecting Oil Prices, Brent prices averaged around $63.68/bbl last week, within the expected range.
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The midstream enters 2018 asking a lot of questions. Will demand continue to grow? Where are the new markets? Will opponents “keep it in the ground?” The answers may not come for a while.
The Permian Basin is at the epicenter of the shale boom, offering midstream operators such as Medallion significant growth opportunities.
The Appalachian Basin’s other play has grown up as takeaway capacity comes online.
When President Trump and Congress consider infrastructure, the midstream industry will gain an opportunity to push for much-needed infrastructure improvements.
Trade secrets are becoming a mainstream issue in the midstream.